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Record 4K video directly to microSD from iPhone for $60

Having to juggle your iPhone, an SD card, and SD card reader, and a Lightning cable can be pretty cumbersome. You want to back up your iPhone and transfer photos from SD to your computer, but doing the two simultaneously can be a pain. Believe it or not, you can get all of the above-mentioned accessories in one. Transfer data with ease and speed! Learn more The iKlips Wizard is a Lightning cable and microSD card reader in one convenient package.
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